Reducing skill shortages in construction

Weinberg, Edgar
February 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Feb69, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p3
Academic Journal
Discusses the four problems which affect the adequacy of the construction labor supply and directly or indirectly, influence productive efficiency in the U.S. Barriers to entry of minority workers; Adequacy of training; Obstacles to worker mobility; Programs to reduce racial barriers.


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